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The Periodic Table of Cocktails ■ ■ BY E M M A S TO K E S

S E LLING POINTS ■■ This unique mash-up concept of light science and cocktail education will appeal to readers

Inspired by the Periodic Table of Elements, a clever new approach to learning about cocktails

and drinkers alike ■■ The UK edition of the book received great reviews: BarLifeUK: “One of the only drink books you need”; BuzzFeed: “You’re in good hands”; Evening Standard: “Best Boozy Gift.”

S PECIFICATIONS 160 pages, 5 × 7¾" Hardcover RIGHTS: NORTH AMERICA PUB MONTH: APRIL FOOD & DRINK

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ISBN 978-1-4197-2407-7 ISBN 978-1-4197-2407-7 US $15.95  CAN $19.95 51595 he Periodic Table of Cocktails is a fun, concise, and appealingly geeky new concept

to cocktail appreciation. The foundation of the

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book is a periodic table organized by cocktail styles (Martinis and Up, Fruity/Tropical, Highballs/ Muddles, Collinses/Fizzes, etc.) and by predominant base alcohols across the chart’s rows (vodka, gin, tequila, etc.). If you like one cocktail in the

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table, you should enjoy all the cocktails that surround it. The book also offers the background history and make-it-yourself recipe for each of the more than 100 “elements” or cocktails. The book will be published with a companion volume, The Periodic Table of Wine. Emma Stokes created Gin Monkey, an impartial and independent online guide to good cocktails. She cofounded the London Cocktail Society and runs World Gin Day. She also presents the Gin Lab sessions at the City of London Distillery and has a day job working for the Wellcome Trust, a charity organization.

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